Holly’s spirited retelling of “The Tortoise and the Hare,” “The Three Billy Goats Gruff,” and “The Little Red Hen” turns into a lesson on friendship, cooperation, and community. Children love these familiar classics, especially when accompanied by puppets, props, rhymes, and lots of opportunities to move to music, sing songs, and act out parts of the story. What better way for young children to learn what it means to really be a friend?
Actress, storyteller, teacher, writer, and singer Holly Stevenson is known for her expressiveness, energy, versatility, and humor. Her one-woman performances have delighted thousands of Atlanta schoolchildren over the past twenty years.
She also performs for adults at many local theatres and has commercial, film, print, and voice-over credits.
She received her theatre degree from the University of Victoria and studied clowning with master clown teachers Philippe Gaulier and Sue Morrison in Toronto.
Holly is a teacher and continuing student of the Alexander Technique, a method of combining awareness and efficiency of movement. She maintains a private practice, is a faculty member in the Dance Program at Emory University, and a teacher/director with the Alliance Theatre Summer Drama Day Camp.
Pre K, K, 1, 2
Single Assembly: $280
Two Back To Back Assemblies: $425
Three Back To Back Assemblies: $650
Four Back To Back Assemblies: $840